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. well, apple, will it still be apple without steve jobs? new at 6:30, what apple needs to prove and soon as the new ceo lays out his vision for the future. >>> we tried to direct them to the best place possible where the best opportunities are. >> home depot, verizon, even the sky. a bay area hiring spree the specific people they are looking to recruit, even the cia. >> the thing about it is that it shakes your brain kind of like a -- kind of turns your body into like a tuning fork. >> they made it on the front lines. now they are trying to survive coming home. the new way of helping hundreds of local heroes. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, to be too shaken by steve jobs' resignation. apple >>> today is the start of a new era at apple. so far, investors do not appear to be too shaken by steve jobs' resignation. apple stock dropped less than 1% today. >> not too rocky but there are a lot of questions about apple's future. cnet editor-at-large brian cooley joins us. steve jobs' replacement tim cook with a simple message. >> it's a bit of corporate platitude. this is an email message that was written
of a pleasanton teenager. 43-year-old steve carlson did not enter a plea today. after a new test of dna evidence, police belief carlson murdered his classmate 14-year- old tina faels back in 1984. classmates of both faels and carlson reacted to the much delayed arrest. >> a lot of emotions, a lot of different emotions. it's a relief that he has been caught. but the anger that lingers that has built up over 27 years, i don't think will go away. >>> because carlson was 16 at the time of the crime, the case will initially be brought before a juvenile court judge when he appears in court next month. again, his case will likely be transferred. >>> a bold robbery in the middle of the night. two thieves ram into a wall and take off with an atm in concord. anne makovec explains how the whole incident took less than a minute. >> reporter: this surveillance video shows how thieves got know and out of the bingo hall within a minute. first you can see them looking to see if anyone is inside, then they ram a pickup through the front wall, back up, and ram it again into the atm machine which appears to be the
. late this afternoon, steve jobs stepped down as the ceo of apple effective immediately. kiet do is at apple headquarters in cupertino where the news is sending shockwaves through silicon valley and the world. >> reporter: the few employees who talked with us off camera said it was sad and they didn't find out through company email. they found out by watching media reports so it gives you some idea how secretive this company is. a couple of pr guys greeted us but didn't want to talk on camera and referred us to the company press release. this is video of jobs' last appearance in june. because of his appearance, stock prices dropped. tim cook the company's coo is now the ceo. jobs has also been elected to the chairman of the board. he released a resignation letter saying, i have always said if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple ceo i will be the first to let you know. unfortunately, that day has come. i hereby resign and ceo of apple. i would like to serve if the board sees fit as chairman of the board, director and apple employ e
. >> reporter: this sushi chef steve at kome in daly city said it's more than just the bay area high income that puts us high on the sushi scale. others have different ideas. >> sushi, i think, people think it's hard to make. and it just started off with the price. >> reporter: the high price of sushi can't be seen here at kme where it's all you can eat for 12 bucks at lunch. that's the price for one roll some places. how much do you eat. a >> a lot. >> that's her fifth plate. >> reporter: 1500 people here eat 400 pounds of fish a day. >> big fish. you can't get cheaper price from the company. >> reporter: sushi chef steve is explaining the economics of scale there. don't want to pay high sushi prices? go to an all-you-can-eat place like kome's or visit portland, new orleans or princeton, new jersey, cheapest sushi in america. mike sugerman, cbs 5. >>> it was a long shot. but an 11-year-old scored an unbelievable goal. the prize? $50,000. the switch-up that could cost him the jackpot. >>> oh, i can't wait to see that. hey, we saw some warmer weather around the bay area today. near perfect s
. they are all chasing that man! steve stricker shoots a 63. he is 7-under. the 44-year-old american has never won a major. >> it's hard for me right now to aim at closer to flags or close to where i want the ball to end up. i thought i was beyond that. i thought i could just go out there and play and let it go and just play by feel and see the shot, hit the shots, feel it. and i'm not at that point yet. >> reporter: rubber match for the as in toronto. hideki matsui has a .426 batting average since the all- star break the best in the big leagues. this rbi double in the 6th was one of his four hits on the day. the as take two out of three from the blue jays. they win 10-3. just got to wonder where was all that offense from these guys in the first half? it could have been different from the as. >>> basketball. former golden state great chris mullen will be enshrined in the basketball hall of fame tomorrow. 17,911 points and really one of the greatest fan favorites in warriors history. now, you recall he did come back as a general manager. and he led the warriors to the last play-off appearance b
francisco bartender is back behind bars tonight, that after a 36-year run from the law. steve large tells us how the man's dying mother played a role in his capture. >> reporter: patriotic bunting lines the porch of his home where he has left loved ones in shock. >> the family will speak when ready. >> reporter: if william asher loved his country spent most of his life 36 years running from its justice system. neighbor betty munoz. >> i know the family, they're great people. it just blows my mind. >> reporter: after being convicted for his role in a san francisco robbery and murder in 1966, asher escaped an el dorado county honor farm in 1975. his hair long and gray with a thick beard now, this is asher in a mugshot back in 1967. and here are pictures of the years in between when asher was on the run in alaska and canada where he had even raised another family changing names twice, first david mcphee, then gary webb. even the fbi admits asher appeared to be beating the system. >> it was a cold fugitive case getting passed around a little bit so it wasn't a big priority. >> reporter: they onl
, steve williams, who is on top of the leaderboard. adam scott shot an 8-under par 62 best round. year. he has a one-stroke lead. as for tiger, he is just glad to be healthy and under par. >> when you see a football player get injured with his achilles' or knee whatever it's always says when he comes back he needs to get hit one time and then he can play. what do you need early in your round today? >> to make more birdies than bogeys. [ laughter ] >> reporter: yeah. pretty compelling story there. as for the 49ers, i'm going to wait until practice is over and see if i can get braylon edwards to interview him for the late show. by the way, allen, he is number 81. >> you know, you're two for two. listen, we were looking up the orbital bone. that's around the eye socket? >> reporter: yeah. i mean, i'm not a doctor. >> you knew that. >> reporter: but i play one on tv. [ laughter ] >> i'll get dr. kim up here to explain. that's awful around the eye. >> major black eye, i'm sure. >> see you at 10:00 and 11:00. >> caption colorado, llc ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
caddy. he fired steve williams last month his long-time friend bell will be on his bag. >> i felt it was time for a change. i felt that, you know, stevie and i have had just an amazing run. stevie is a hell of a caddy. there is no denying that. he helped my career. and i think i have helped his, as well. >> finally a move reminisce he wants of my wrestling days. awesome move in the junior world championships of greco- roman, the iranian opponent didn't know what hit him, the flying jury. he flies over his back. speaking of which, my move was called the on your back escape attempt. [ laughter ] >> out of the flying squirrel. >> that was the drowned squirrel. [ laughter ] >> see you at 10:00 and 11:00. >> caption colorado, llc switching to progressive could mean hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive. the "mystery spot". not a mammal in this household is willing to lay claim to its origin. we may never know. let that sink in, people. we may never know. but now? now is not the time for blame. n
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